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XyZspineZyX
11-04-2003, 03:47 PM
OK. I know some planes don't have it. I know some do. I swear the IL-2 3M does. I can't get it to work. I have default keys set. (Ctrl+left/right arrow) Doesn't work. Have these keys mapped to HOTAS. Doesn't work.

So maybe I'm testing the wrong plane.

Which plane/ploanes have aileron trim?

If you don't want to tell me, please point me in the right direction. (i.e. Mudmovers?)

It's driving me crazy having to hold against the stick to maintain level flight.
(Please don't tell me to use Level Stabalizer...that's for bombers on their final I.P. I don't want to use this in a fighter.)
It's not like EAW when in their version of full real you had to compensate for torque force. That got to be a real bear if you were a P-51 pilot on a long bomber escort.

Thanks in advance for any and all help.

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XyZspineZyX
11-04-2003, 03:47 PM
OK. I know some planes don't have it. I know some do. I swear the IL-2 3M does. I can't get it to work. I have default keys set. (Ctrl+left/right arrow) Doesn't work. Have these keys mapped to HOTAS. Doesn't work.

So maybe I'm testing the wrong plane.

Which plane/ploanes have aileron trim?

If you don't want to tell me, please point me in the right direction. (i.e. Mudmovers?)

It's driving me crazy having to hold against the stick to maintain level flight.
(Please don't tell me to use Level Stabalizer...that's for bombers on their final I.P. I don't want to use this in a fighter.)
It's not like EAW when in their version of full real you had to compensate for torque force. That got to be a real bear if you were a P-51 pilot on a long bomber escort.

Thanks in advance for any and all help.

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